Non-EU students

If you are a non-EU student enrolled in a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree programme in the academic year 2019/2020 you will be required to pay the following fees.

Students from OECD countries 

If you are a student with citizenship to one of the following OECD countries (excluding EU countries): Australia, Canada, Chile, South Korea, Japan, Iceland, Israel, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, United States, Switzerland and Turkey, you are subject to a flat tax of:

  • 1,900 euros if you are enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree course;
  • 2,100 euros if you are enrolled in a Master’s Degree course.

Students from countries with low human development identified annually by MIUR

If you are a student enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree course, with citizenship in one of the Low Human Development Countries, in which the list is annually approved by the Ministry of Education by the University of Research, you are subject to a flat fee of 700 euros for the academic year 2019/2020.


Students not belonging to the first two categories

If you are a student enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree programme with citizenship to a non-EU country not belonging to the first two categories, you are subject to a flat tax of 1,200 euros for the 2019/2020 academic year.


All the amounts indicated above include regional tax for the right to study of 169 euros as well as 16 euros in stamp duty.

If you are enrolled with part-time status you will be required to pay 65% of the due flat fee.

If you are a non-EU student you are entitled to:

  • request a regional scholarship according to the procedures and deadlines established for the academic year 2017/2018;
  • receive reductions on the basis of academic merit in which all enrolled students are entitled. Reductions are calculated automatically on April 2020 and are applied to the total amount due as the fee balance without your having to make any specific request

You can benefit from the ISEE reduction only if you qualify for equalization to Italian / EU citizens 

Equivalence of tuition fees for Italian/EU students

If you are a non-EU student you could be subject to the same fees as Italian and EU students, and benefit from an ISEE discount if included for Italian and EU students as well as from a ISEE reduction (only if in possession of the ISEE certificate valid for the provisions with the right to University study, referred to the DPCM 159/2013 equal to or less than 60,000 euros presented within the administrative deadlines decided for the 2019 / 2020 academic year and all the substantive conditions) if you submit the fiscal domicile declaretion to the University Administration no later than 16th December 2019 (the deadline is postponed to March 31st 2020 only for students who have renounced the extraordinary graduation session of the academic year 2018 2019), in which you must indicate if:

  • your household has had its fiscal domicile in Italy for at least 2 years (Art. 58 of DPR 600/73) with reference to the 2017 and 2018 income statements;
  • if you have Italian or EU relatives (under Directive 2004/38/EC) or if you have relatives who are long-term residents (under Directive 2003/109/EC).

Attention: if you are enrolled in the degree course in Digital Management or in the Master's Degree Program Crossing the Mediterranean: towards Investment and Integration (MIM) you will not be subject to the flat fee but you will be required to pay the contribution provided by the course attended.


1st instalment

The first installment of 700.00 euros and also:

  • the regional tax for financial aid of 171.00 EUR;
  • stamp duty of 16.00 EUR;
  • tuition fee.

You can pay only the regional tax for the right to study and stamp duty at the time of enrolment if you are a student with a recognised disability equal to or higher than 66% or with a recognised disability according to article 3 paragraph 1 of the Law of 5th February 1992, n.104.

The total payment of the first instalment for newcomers and returning students must be paid by 30th September 2019.

Penalty surcharge

Late payment – for students enrolling in their second year or subsequent years only – involves the following penalty surcharges:

  • 50.00 EUR for the payment of the first instalment from 1st October 2019 to 30 October 2019;
  • 200.00 EUR for the payment of the first instalment from 31st October 2019 onwards.
2nd instalment

The second instalment is worth 500.00 Euros.

Students from Low Human Development Countries annually identified by MIUR do not have to pay this instalment.

Payment must be carried out by 16th December 2019.

Penalty surcharge

Late payment involves the following penalty surcharges:

  • 50.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 17 December 2019 to 26 December 2019;
  • 200.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 27 December 2019 onwards.
3rd instalment

The third instalment, if required, is the difference between the maximum amount and the amount paid with the first and second instalments. It will be invoiced in April 2020.

The instalment for the third instalment should be paid by 15th May 2020.

Penalty surcharge

Late payment will involve the following penalty surcharges

  • 50.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 16 May 2020 to 25 May 2020;
  • 200.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 26 May 2020 onwards.

Withdrawal or loss of student status

Withdrawal or loss of student status involves payment of the full amount of the maximum tuition fees or the fees calculated on the basis of your merit/income (if you are entitled to financial aid) and losing the right to an eventual refund.

Students graduating in the autumn/extraordinary session

If you have paid the first instalment for the academic year and you graduate in the autumn term (October- December), you will automatically be reimbursed by the office (net of the amount of the revenue stamp and the regional tax for the right to study) in the summer period exclusively through credit on the CartaConto of the University.

If you have also paid the second instalment for the academic year and you graduate in the second term (February-April), you will automatically be reimbursed by the office together with the first instalment.

Tax deduction of tuition fees

You can deduct the expenses resulting from enrolment in university programmes when making your income statement. Deductible expenses include tuition fees for students enrolling on Bachelor’s Degree Programmes or Master’s Degree Programmes.

Monitoring payment status

Log on to your Personal Area in www.unive.it (select Student Services Office  > Payments) to check:

  • status of payments;
  • amount due.

Last update: 13/02/2020